byKapila; Ballantyne, James Robert, 1813-1864; Hall, Fitzedward, 1825-1901
Book digitized by Google from the library of University of Wisconsin - Madison and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topic: Sankhya Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=Ih1WAAAAMAAJ&oe=UTF-8
Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of California and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: Sankhya, Philosophy, Hindu, Rationalism Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=Dng_AAAAIAAJ&oe=UTF-8
अथ चैनं नित्यजातं नित्यं वा मन्यसे मृतम्।तथापि त्वं महाबाहो नैवं शोचितुमर्हसि।।But even if thou thinkest of It as being constantly born and constantly dying, even then, O mighty-armed, thou shouldst not grieve. जातस्य हि ध्रुवो मृत्युर्ध्रुवं जन्म मृतस्य... Topics: Bhagavad Geeta, Gita, Sankhya Yog, Soul, Rotary
आश्चर्यवत्पश्यति कश्चिदेनमाश्चर्यवद्वदति तथैव चान्यः।आश्चर्यवच्चैनमन्यः श्रृणोति श्रुत्वाप्येनं वेद न चैव कश्चित्।।2.29।। One sees This (the Self) as a wonder; another speaks of It as a wonder; another hears of It as a wonder; yet having heard, none understands It at all. Topics: Bhagavad Geeta, Gita, Sankhya Yog, Rotary
अव्यक्तादीनि भूतानि व्यक्तमध्यानि भारत।अव्यक्तनिधनान्येव तत्र का परिदेवना।।O descendant of Bharata, all beings remain unmanifest in the beginning;; they become manifest in the middle. After death they certainly become unmanifest. What lamentation can there be with regard to them? Topics: Bhagavad Geeta, Gita, Sankhya Yog, Rotary
आश्चर्यवत्पश्यति कश्चिदेनमाश्चर्यवद्वदति तथैव चान्यः।आश्चर्यवच्चैनमन्यः श्रृणोति श्रुत्वाप्येनं वेद न चैव कश्चित्।।2.29।। Someone visualizes It as a wonder; and similarly indeed, someone else talks of It as a wonder; and someone else hears of It as a wonder. And some one else,... Topics: Bhagavad Geeta, Gita, Sankhya Yog, Rotary
स्वधर्ममपि चावेक्ष्य न विकम्पितुमर्हसि। धर्म्याद्धि युद्धाछ्रेयोऽन्यत्क्षत्रियस्य न विद्यते।। Even considering your own duty you should not waver, since there is nothing else better for a Ksatriya than a righteous battle. Topics: Bhagavad Geeta, Gita, Sankhya Yog, Chapter2, Verse 31, Rotary
यदृच्छया चोपपन्नं स्वर्गद्वारमपावृतम्। सुखिनः क्षत्रियाः पार्थ लभन्ते युद्धमीदृशम्।। O son of Partha, happy are the Ksatriyas who come across this kind of a battle, which presents itself unsought for and which is an open gate to heaven. Topics: Bhagavad Geeta, Gita, Sankhya Yog, Chapter 2 Verse 32, Rotary
अथ चैत्त्वमिमं धर्म्यं संग्रामं न करिष्यसि।ततः स्वधर्मं कीर्तिं च हित्वा पापमवाप्स्यसि।। On the other hand, if you will not fight this righteous battle, then, forsaking your own duty and fame, you will incur sin. Topics: Bhagavad Geeta, Gita, Sankhya Yog, Chapter 2 Verse 33, Rotary
Shreemad Bhagwad Geeta Chapter 2 Verse 18 contd.antavanta ime deha nityasyoktah saririnahanasino ’prameyasya tasmad yudhyasva bharataTranslationThe material bodies of the eternal, indestructible and immeasurable entity (soul) are sure to come to an end; therefore, fight, O descendant of Bharata. Topics: Bhagwad Gita, deha, sankhya yog, soul, eternal, tasmat yudhyasva
samkhya karika with the commentary of gaudapada. This is a well-typeset sanskrit-only edition, but the scan quality could be better. This is taken from the Digital Library of India collection. Topics: samkhya, sankhya, karika, ishvara candra, gaudapada, sanskrit, samskrit, samskritam
देही नित्यमवध्योऽयं देहे सर्वस्य भारत। तस्मात्सर्वाणि भूतानि न त्वं शोचितुमर्हसि।। O descendant of Bharata, this embodied Self existing in everyone's body can never be killed. Therefore you ought not to grieve for all (these) beings. Topics: Bhagavad Geeta, Gita, Sankhya Yog, Chapter 2, Verse 30, Rotary
The samkhya karika of ishwara chandra, with the commentary samkhya tattva kaumudi of mandana mishra. A well-typeset sanskrit only edition from the Digital Library of India. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: samkhya, sankhya, karika, ishvara candra, tattva kaumudi, sanskrit, samskrit, samskritam
This is a primer on the nine philosophical systems of Indian origin, namely the Carvaka, Jaina, Bauddha, Nyaya, Vaisesika, Sankhya, Yoga, Mimamsa and Vedanta. Contents: Preface General Introduction The Carvaka Philosophy The Jaina Philosophy The Baudha Philosophy Nyaya Philosophy Teh Vaisesika philosophy Conclusion The Yoga Philosophy The Mimamsa Philosophy The Vedanta Philosophy A Select Bibliography About Authors: Satischandra Chatterjee Ph.D. formerly worked as Head of the Department of... Topics: Indian Philosophy, Jainism, Buddhism, Nyaya, Vaisesika, Yoga, Sankhya, vedanta
Shreemad Bhagavat Geeta Chapter 2 Verse 19य एनं वेत्ति हन्तारं यश्चैनं मन्यते हतम् |उभौ तौ न विजानीतो नायं हन्ति न हन्यते ||२- १९||ya ēnaṁ vētti hantāraṁ yaścainaṁ manyatē hatam |ubhau tau na vijānītō nāyaṁ hanti na hanyatē ||2- 19||He who thinks the Self is slayer And he who thinks the Self is slain–Neither of the two understands; The Self... Topics: Bhagavad Geeta, Gita, Sankhya Yog, Hantaram, Hatam, Hanti, Hanyate, Vijanito, Rotary Club, Dahisar,...
The Quest After Perfection by M. HiriyannaPublishers' NoteAcknowledgmentsContents1. The Ethics of the Upanisads2. The Place of Feeling In Conduct: According to the Advaita3. The Indian Conception of Values4. The Message of Indian Philosophy5. The Quest After Perfection : Lecture I Lecture II6. Sankara's Conception of Ultimate Value7. A Neglected Ideal of Life8. Philosophy of Value Topics: Hiriyanna, Indian Philosophy, Vedanta, Darshana, Sankhya, Nyaya, Yoga, Advaita, Shankara,...
Trivandrum_Sanskrit_Series_(TSS) is a collection of ancient, very rare and previously unpublished Sanskrit works published in early 20th century. Its first book "Daivam" was published in 1905 edited by MM T. Ganapati Sastri. Nearly 100 texts were published within a short span of 20 years and the series still continues.Visit http://sanskritebooks.org/ for more Sanskrit e-books. TRIVANDRUM SANSKRIT SERIES TSS-001 Daivam (Vyakarana) by Deva with Purusakara of Krishnalilasuka muni TSS-002... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: sanskrit literature, kavya, nataka, veda, vedanga, darsana, mimamsa, sankhya, nyaya, indian...
Outlines of Indian Philosophy by M. HiriyannaPreafaceContentsIntroductionPart I - Vedic Period 1. Pre-Upanisadic Thought 2. The UpanisadsPart II - Early Post-Vedic Period 3. General Tendencies 4. Bhagavadgita 5. Early Buddhism 6. JainismPart III - Age of The Systems 7. Preliminary 8. Materialism 9. Later Buddhistic Schools 10. Nyaya-Vaisesika 11. Sankhya-Yoga 12. Porva-Mimamsa 13. Vedanta - (A)... Topics: Hiriyanna, Indian Philosophy, Vedanta, Darshana, Sankhya, Nyaya, Yoga, Advaita, Visistadvaita,...